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GO Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Paper#8217;s essential guide to the Borough of Kings

Saturday, Feb. 7, 2004


The Jewish Executive Learning Annex will kick off its Brooklyn Heights Jewish International Film Festival on Feb. 7 with the 2001 Canadian film, "Schmelvis: In Search of Elvis Presley’s Jewish Roots." Comment


Sung Jin Hong will conduct the One World Symphony in a unique Valentine’s Day program - aptly titled "Love Letters" - on Feb. 13 at the Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity, in Brooklyn Heights. Comment


Playwright LindaAnn Loschiavo was born in Borough Park and raised in Bensonhurst. But she never had much interest in fellow-Brooklynite Mae West until she moved to Manhattan. Comments (5)


If you’ve lost that naive rapture at the sight of snow and ice, it’s time to take your child - or borrow a niece or nephew - to visit an exhibition that celebrates the best aspects of winter, spring, summer and fall: the Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s "Japan and Nature: Spirits of the Seasons" exhibit. Comment


The Brooklyn Arts Council presents "Folk Feet: Celebrating Traditional Dance in Brooklyn" at Brooklyn College’s Walt Whitman Theater on Feb. 8. The day-long event features dancers that are participating in a year-long documentation project, helmed by BAC’s Kay Turner, exploring the diversity of community-based dance traditions in Brooklyn. Comment


Flamenco Vivo/Carlota Santana will perform their potent concoction of flamenco music and dance at Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College on Feb. 7, at 8 pm. Comment


Even with works by eminent composers like and Dmitri Shostakovich on the bill, the main attraction of the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert is a new work by a local composer. Comment

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